Should have thought this through earlier in the project, but here I am. I'm making a tabletop with breadboard ends.The tenons are integral to the top (loose tenons would have made several things easier ). The mortises are cut into the breadboard. I want to pin the breadboard through the tenons. Round pegs would be easy, but I'm thinking square pegs would look better.
How do you all do the square peg in a round hole thing? I'm thinking the easiest way would be to simply carve out maybe a 1/4 inch deep square for the square peg and use a dowel for the rest, but I'm not sure that will be strong.
Thanks in advance for your help.